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Revisiting Quantum Mysteries

Abstract

In this article we argue that in quantum mechanics, and in opposition to classical physics, it is impossible to say that an isolated quantum system "owns" a physical property. Some properties of the system, its mass for example, belong to it in a sense close to that of classical physics; but most often a property must be attributed to the system within a context. We give simple motivations for adopting this point of view, and show that it clarifies many issues in quantum physics.
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hal-03455563 , version 1 (29-11-2021)

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Philippe Grangier. Revisiting Quantum Mysteries. 2021. ⟨hal-03455563⟩
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